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General Melancholy Chaurice Since: 5.5.05 From: Houston, TX Since last post: 2078 days Last activity: 294 days # 21 Posted on 12.8.11 0915.46 http://vimeo.com/160818 The audio is a little out of sync, but this is great. Insert pseudo-intellectual, quasi-pretentious comment here.
StaggerLee Scrapple Since: 3.10.02 From: Right side of the tracks Since last post: 4 days Last activity: 2 hours # 22 Posted on 20.8.11 2044.17 | Instant Rating: 1.63 Seriously? No love for: BUCKWHEAT HAS BEEN SHOT. Piscapo as Ted Kopple was gold. Then the break in: BUCKWHEAT IS DEAD. "when you dream, do you dream in black and white, or in color? I had a dream I was eating lime jello, but I didn't know it was lime jello because it was gray"
Reverend J Shaft Toulouse Since: 25.6.03 From: Home of The Big House Since last post: 46 days Last activity: 8 days # 23 Posted on 22.8.11 0710.24 | Instant Rating: 3.65 Originally posted by StaggerLee Seriously? No love for: BUCKWHEAT HAS BEEN SHOT. Piscapo as Ted Kopple was gold. Then the break in: BUCKWHEAT IS DEAD. You must have me on ignore. :)
kentish Andouille Since: 19.8.05 From: My Old Kentucky Home Since last post: 1281 days Last activity: 534 days # 24 Posted on 16.9.11 1024.01 | Instant Rating: 8.62 The Chrs Farley Show featuring Paul McCartney. Hands down. "I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ." -- Mahatma Gandhi
J. Kyle Banger Since: 21.2.02 From: The Land of Aloha Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 1 day # 25 Posted on 1.10.11 1931.01 | Instant Rating: 3.63 Nous ne nous pouvons pas sortir. Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald. "This week at a custody hearing Ron Goldman testified that OJ Simpson was an unfit father. OJ replied 'Ah you're just mad I killed your son.'" "You guessed it: Frank Stalone." And someone has to give it up for Will Ferrell as Harry Carey and Neil Diamond. "Aren't you dead?" "That's beside the point NORM." "This is a song I wrote after killing a drifter to get an erection."
Big Bad Scrapple Since: 4.1.02 From: Dorchester, Ontario Since last post: 9 days Last activity: 2 days # 26 Posted on 19.10.11 1736.32 | Instant Rating: 6.40 A few gems that haven't been mentioned... * The Bird Family * The Denise Show, which had the bonus of actually having an ongoing storyline and an ending if you watch all three of the sketches in a row * SCHWETTY BALLS! Actually, all the Delicious Dish sketches were pretty amazing "It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings, and then as soon as the chill rains come, it stops and leaves you to face the fall alone." --- Bart Giamatti, on baseball
Reverend J Shaft Toulouse Since: 25.6.03 From: Home of The Big House Since last post: 46 days Last activity: 8 days # 27 Posted on 21.10.11 1409.14 | Instant Rating: 3.52 I forgot to add one I just saw the other day: The Chippendale's skit with Chris Farley and Patrick Swayze has me dying every time.
dwaters Bierwurst Since: 16.10.02 From: Connecticut Since last post: 26 days Last activity: 2 days # 28 Posted on 3.11.11 2242.27 | Instant Rating: 5.84 Can I change my vote?? I was reminded of the CLASSIC Will Ferrell as Harry Caray skit with Jeff Goldblum. So funny. (sorry for Spanish subtitles) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKCu4P9YT9I&feature=related "It's a simple question really. If the moon were made of spare ribs, would ya eat it?"
Gerald Pinkelwurst Since: 20.3.05 From: Chicago, Illinois Since last post: 132 days Last activity: 20 hours # 29 Posted on 28.1.12 1115.49 Henley and Styles on Weekend Update.
lotjx Scrapple Since: 5.9.08 Since last post: 9 days Last activity: 6 days # 30 Posted on 28.1.12 1225.45 | Instant Rating: 1.08 There a lot from Belushi's Olympic Athlete to Eddie Murphy's Mister Rodgers Neighborhood to Portman's rap. But to me the funniest one has to be Celebrity Jeopardy. Good Lord, those were epic and made SNL must see TV. "I'll take the The Rapists for $100, Alex." "That is Therapists, Mr. Connery." (edited by lotjx on 28.1.12 1227) The Wee Baby Sheamus. Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
haz Landjager Since: 2.1.02 From: Whitby, Ontario, Canada Since last post: 1382 days Last activity: 46 days # 31 Posted on 30.1.12 0733.36 I can't believe no one has mentioned Dana Carvey as the "Church Lady". CLASSIC!!
The Dark Canuck
I didn't think I'd like it here at all
But, I swear, I swear I'm on the verge
El Nastio Banger Since: 14.1.02 From: Ottawa Ontario, by way of Walkerton Since last post: 8 days Last activity: 3 days
ICQ: # 32 Posted on 29.2.12 1351.05 | Instant Rating: 3.47 I *loved* Norm McDonald's Weekend Update, a shame I can't find it on youtube (much of it, anyway). Celebrity Jeopardy as well.
Doc_whiskey Frankfurter Since: 6.8.02 From: St. Louis Since last post: 24 days Last activity: 10 hours # 33 Posted on 29.2.12 1735.46 | Instant Rating: 9.00 The Whipmaster with Bill Murray is a perfect sketch. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xr2M_Pydkfw Other favorites: Deep House Dish Brian Fellow Digital Shorts Will Ferrell as Robert Goulet Schmitt's Gay beer Farley Chippendale's Gap Girls and recently Bobby Moynahan as Guy Fieri was awesome Too many more to list Lisa: Poor predicatble Bart, always picks rock Bart: Good ole rock, nothing beats that
Wpob Bierwurst Since: 21.11.02 From: Williston Park, NY Since last post: 3 days Last activity: 7 hours # 34 Posted on 14.3.12 2256.16 | Instant Rating: 8.32 The first Debbie Downer sketch was hysterical. I remember laughing so hard I almost cried. I will still pull up that skit from time to time. Buh-bye Airline Attnedants was another good one. I loved Celebrity Minute with David Spade. He had a lot of great one liners. Rosanne RosannaDanna (Sp?) was great. A classic. Phil Hartman as Sinatra doing the Round Table was great. Calling Sinead O'Connir "Cueball" and ragging on Steve Lawrence and Edie Gormet. I love Stefon now. He edges out What's Up With That as my favorite recurring sketch/character. Life is hilariously cruel.
JustinShapiro Scrapple Moderator Since: 12.12.01 From: Pittsburgh, PA Since last post: 27 days Last activity: 2 days # 35 Posted on 19.3.12 2254.04 | Instant Rating: 8.79 RICK RICK RICK RICK RICK RICK RICK RICK
Mr. Boffo Scrapple Since: 24.3.02 From: Oshkosh, WI Since last post: 1762 days Last activity: 1723 days # 36 Posted on 16.6.12 1657.36 | Instant Rating: 7.95 I suddenly just remembered the opening monologue when John Goodman hosted and everyone thought it was a rerun in my head. I really liked that one. In retrospect, it also includes a pre-cast member appearance by Tina Fey. http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/john-goodman-monologue/1354972
dwaters Bierwurst Since: 16.10.02 From: Connecticut Since last post: 26 days Last activity: 2 days # 37 Posted on 26.11.12 1554.55 | Instant Rating: 5.19 VH1 has been airing a lot of "Best of SNL" shows. Last night was Jimmy Fallon and they showed the Celebrity Jeopardy with Cruise, Sandler, and Connery. I've seen this before and still laugh hard. Everyone else in the room did too- kids and adults. It's perfect sketch comedy- satire of a popular show, impressions, the dumb catergories, the Trebek/Connery rivalry. One of the best ever. "I've buried my brother alive...twice" -Kane in anger management Pages: Prev 1 2
I'm in the same boat with TP since at the risk of touting, I usually win and win big thanks to my head full of useless information that's tailored to it.
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